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Baltimore City Fire officials have identified the three children killed in a fire over the weekend.

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The children have been identified as one-year-old Nasir Lawson, two-year-old Kash Lawson, and seven-year-old Sky Blue.

Joann Falcon, 53. was also injured in the fire but has been released from the hospital, officials said,  At this time, 50-year-old Jemaine Lawson remains hospitalized.

Fire officials were called to the scene in the 3000 block of Brighton Street around 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning.

After two deadly fires in Baltimore in a span of a few days, Mayor Brandon Scott is urging residents to be cautious and to make a plan. “Make sure that you have a fire safety plan in your house, that you have a smoke detector in your house. You can get that free from the city of Baltimore, by just simply calling 3-1-1.,”  he said.

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